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Category Archives: Helen Fisher Smith
Mon., 22 Morning devotions. A nice day. Grace puts on a flower show at the new theatre, Mr. Otis, George & Wilma helping. I get dinner & visit most of the time. Road men are working at the bridge & … Continue reading
Sun., 21 A nice day. Most of a sermon from Montreal. Still it is vacation. Tuttle gives Helen & me a ride. Grace is too busy with her flower work. Mary Ross & Henrietta come at different times but go … Continue reading
Sat., 20 Morning devotions. Make 2 apple pies. My first ones. Get dinner & Ben, Ben Jr. & Anne come in. They all leave, taking Virginia with them. Wilma also leaves us, her summer over. Helen comes in for supper. … Continue reading
Tues., 16 Morning devotions. Dumas washes. A good day to dry clothes. Hot. Grace & Virginia attend the S.S. picnic at our Bay. I make filled cookies. Have terrible luck. Write Anna. Write Helen. She will be home soon.
Mon., 1 Morning devotions. Write a Campaign song. Make 2 blueberry pies, get dinner, etc. Cooking Henrietta’s chicken. Wilma takes Grace to Horsford’s for lillies (sic) & I go for the ride. She is making sprays for poor man’s funeral. … Continue reading
Wed., 10 Morning devotions. Cheerio says this is Hoover’s birthday. That Hoover made it possible for the Cheerio broadcast. Letter from Helen. We go to Henrietta’s after supper. She has had a hard day & is tired. Write Mrs. Ainsworth an … Continue reading
Sun., 7 A good sermon from Montreal. We are alone for dinner. Grace does not attend church, but rests instead. Write Gertrude, Anna & Helen.